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G4S to give away iPad 2 to 10 attendees at ASIS this September

Published on 6 Sep, 2011

Winners will be drawn from attendees who pick up iPad entry cards at the G4S booth
At ASIS, G4S will be showcasing its new business model for integrated security solutions

G4S Secure Solutions, a global provider of comprehensive security solutions combining technology, manpower and innovation, will give away the new iPad 2 to 10 attendees at the ASIS show this September in Orlando. Winners will be drawn from attendees who pick up iPad entry cards at the G4S booth and get them stamped by G4S security officers at the show.

To win an iPad 2, attendees must have their entry cards stamped with all three elements G4S provides to customers - ‘technology', ‘manpower' and ‘innovation'. Completed cards must be returned to the G4S booth to be eligible for the iPad drawing. Full information on the promotion will be available in the G4S booth (#3325) at the ASIS show on September 19th -21st at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

"It's great to involve our security officers when we are promoting our brand," said Drew Levine, President, G4S Secure Solutions. "They represent G4S and are our best ambassadors to our customers."  

At ASIS, G4S will be showcasing its new business model for integrated security solutions combining manpower, technology and innovation. Several technology breakthroughs will be featured, and as always, G4S security officers will be front and centre at the booth.

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